Seaton Cove is a 100 m wide, 250 m deep U-shaped, east-facing cove surrounded by sloping granite rocks and densely vegetated headlands. The beach (T 82) is located at the apex of the cove and consists of a 50 m long strip of sand sloping into the rock-dotted sandy bay floor. Waves are lowered by the rocks and points to less than 1 m maintaining a usually reflective to low tide terrace sandy shore. A campsite is located on the northern side of the beach with a row of seven houses located on the southern slopes of the cove.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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